Source Pravda.Ru

75 Foreigners Kept Hostages in the Moscow Theatre

Deputy Director of the FSB Center for Public Relations, Sergey Ignatchenko informs, 75 foreigners are kept hostages by the terrorists who attacked the theatre in Moscow. These are 4 people from the USA, from Germany – 7, Netherlands – 2, Austria – 2, Ukraine – 23, Turkey – 3, Azerbaijan – 5, Latvia – 3, Great Britain – 3, Canada – 1, Bulgaria – 1, Hungary – 3, Georgia – 1, Moldova – 1 and from Kazakhstan – 1. By this moment, 37 hostages from foreign countries have been already released.

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